Macedonia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in Helsinki, Finland. The Macedonian entry was selected through a national selection, Skopje Fest 2007, organised by the Macedonian broadcaster Macedonian Radio-Television (MRT). Karolina Gočeva represented Macedonia with the song "Mojot svet", which qualified from the competition's semi-final and placed 14th in the final, scoring 73 points. Gočeva previously represented Macedonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2002.
Skopje Fest 2007 was a song contest organized by MKRTV that served as Macedonia's national final to select their entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2007. The competition took place on 24 February 2007 at the Universal Hall in Skopje, hosted by Milanka Rašić, Živkica Gjurčinovska and Igor Džambazov and was broadcast on MTV 1 and MTV Sat.
MKRTV received 150 submissions from interested artists and composers during a submission period. Fifteen entries were selected from the open submissions, while an additional three entries were submitted by artists directly invited by MKRTV for the competition. The fifteen competing artists and songs were announced on 24 January 2007. Among the competing artists was former Macedonian contest entrants Karolina Gočeva who represented Macedonia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2002.
Prior to the contest, Gočeva embarked on a promo tour to Bosnia & Herzegovina and Serbia. In addition to visiting the Balkan region, Karolina held a pre-contest concert at the Metropolis Arena in Skopje. "Mojot svet" underwent language changes for the contest with the majority of the song being performed in its original Macedonian language version and the final chorus of the song being performed in English.
Karolina Gočeva performing at the Eurovision Song Contest
Because Macedonia placed 12th at the 2006 contest, Karolina was forced to compete in the semi-final. Macedonia competed in the semi-final of the 2007 Contest on 10 May 2007 performing 18th, following Portugal and preceding the Norway. Macedonia qualified to the final, placing 9th in the semi-final and scoring 97 points. In the final, Macedonia performed 6th, following Finland and preceding Slovenia. Macedonia placed 14th in the final, scoring 73 points.